The influence of nature is evident in Stone’s lines: a single body that forms backrest, seat and armrests and is as solid and welcoming as only the elements of nature can be.
An expressive, geometric line. A subtle, delicate frame that is solid and strong at the same time.
Rigorous volumes and measured proportions make Squaring a real bed-sculpture.
The reference to nature in all its glory is what guided the designer Fabrice Berrux in its idea of the Anemone coat stand.
The name itself is a homage to the age-old and prized hand glass-blowing technique.
A large and enveloping design for Artika, a padded chair shaped with a dynamic and comfortable design that can envelop and embrace the sitter.
Peanut B, Peanut B.X
Peanut B is a furnishing element able to give a note of softness and pleasure to the living area.
The suppleness of the body was inspired by the design of the Venere chair: the result is a sinuous shape that encompasses style and comfort and recalls the classics of design.
An original and fascinating object that, protagonist of space with its agile and dynamic presence, appears comfortable and inviting even from the first glance.
Contrasts, reflections and a strong, sculptural presence distinguishing the Bio-s collection.
An expressive onomatopoeia that recalls the sounds of cicadas: this is the image that inspired the new line of coffee tables by Bonaldo.
The AX Table: a name that perfectly express the formal features of the base, which is made of two elements crossing over in an X shape.
Innesti is all about simple lines and a practical user experience, with the impeccable geometric linearity interrupted only by the coming together of two elements which combine to form a sole body,